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Library of Georgia Personal Injury Law Forms, 7th Ed.

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300+ sample documents for use in a personal injury action. This forms book includes significant changes & additional forms to comply with the GA Evidence Code.

Library of Georgia Personal Injury Forms includes more than 350 sample documents for use in personal injury actions. The book is organized to bring you through your case from start to finish. Checklists provide valuable practice tips, such as filing instructions and specific notification requirements.

You'll find sample documents and forms covering all aspects of the case. Online availability of forms allow for easy drafting and editing of a large variety of useful documents.

The 7th Edition includes new forms and documents for:

  • new insurance policy limits demand language to be used when the damages exceed the policy limits of insurance coverage
  • supporting Daubert motions to exclude expert testimony of experts and police officers at trial, on the grounds of unreliability, lack of scientific methodology, and non-assistance to trier of fact
  • complaint and discovery against cities or counties for a dangerous situation, which is a proximate cause of the plaintiff's injuries
  • requesting documentation of past work and maintenance performed on the area of the roadway prior to the collision in case of an automobile collision claim

Other new forms cover these topics: the withdrawal of motion to compel, opposition to defendant's motion for protective order, notice of intent to serve subpoena for documents on non-party.

New checklists have been added, providing guidance for federal pleadings, including: filing a federal lawsuit, federal litigation documents, discovery in federal court, experts in federal court and federal trial and judgment.

Additional Information
Division Name Daily Report
Volumes 1
Product Types Books
Brand Daily Report (GA)
Publication Date March 28, 2024
Jurisdiction Georgia
ISBN 978-1-58852-850-6
Page Count 1074
Edition 7
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Michael L. Goldberg

Michael L. Goldberg is a partner in the law firm of Fried Goldberg LLC, where he concentrates his practice on representing victims of catastrophic personal injury and wrongful death. During the past few years, he has been lead counsel in 16 cases with multi-million dollar trial verdicts. Michael is a frequent speaker at legal seminars and is the author of seven editions of Understanding Motor Carrier Claims, a legal treatise on trucking law. Michael was inducted into the American College of Trial Lawyers in October 2013. He is admitted to practice in Georgia, South Carolina, Tennessee and Alabama. He enjoys working with other lawyers, and the majority of his cases come from referring attorneys who associate him in as lead counsel to prepare a case for trial.

For more than 25 years, the attorneys at Fried Goldberg LLC have represented personal injury and wrongful death plaintiffs in state and federal courts in Georgia and across the United States. The firm focuses its practice on handling trucking and commercial vehicle collisions and maintains a trucking law website at www.thetruckingattorneys.com. In the last 10 years, the firm has handled over 200 commercial vehicle cases where the verdict or settlement was greater than one million dollars.

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